About Eclipse Metals
Eclipse Metals Ltd (ASX: EPM) is an Australian mineral exploration company focused on discovery of multi-commodity mineralisation.
The company has acquired the Ivigtût project in Greenland, the world’s largest historical cryolite mine which has rare earth potential. It also has an impressive portfolio of assets in Australia prospective for manganese, uranium, gold, vanadium and precious metals in 19 tenements and applications over an area of approximately 9,200 sqkm.
The Company’s mission is to increase Shareholder wealth through realising the value of its projects. Eclipse plans to achieve this goal by exploring for and developing viable mineral deposits to generate mining or joint venture income.
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Eclipse Metals Limited holds an impressive portfolio of over 8,000km2 in the Northern Territory and Queensland.
Eclipse Metals has acquired full ownership of the Ivigtût Project in southwest Greenland with associated mining information on the Project tenement, MEL2007-45.
The Ivigtût Project is the world’s largest and only known source of naturally occurring cryolite, an extremely rare mineral in commercial quantities
Eclipse Metals Ltd currently hold approx. 1,400 sqkm of exploration ground in the highly prospective Alligator Rivers Uranium Province (ARUP). The ARUP hosts approximately 30% of the world uranium deposits and accounts for over 95% of past production and known resources in the Northern Territory.
The Ngalia Projects consists of 10 tenements with a total area of approx. 7,000 km2 situated within an extensive field of uranium vanadium resources and occurrences within Devonian aged sandstones of the Ngalia Basin.
Mary Valley manganese project is approximately 14 road kilometers southwest of Gympie Township in Queensland; 138 km by road north from Brisbane’s major port facilities. Historical production of approx. 23,000t of manganese averaging between 42% to 51% from surface to shallow depths.
Eclipse Metals Rock Hill Project (ELA26487) is located approximately 300 road kilometres north-west of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The Rock Hill project comprises several high-grade structurally-controlled precious and base metal oxide and sulphide targets